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End grain dart board

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Project by reddinosaur posted 1753 days ago 1547 views 0 times favorited 6 comments Add to Favorites Watch

It’s a dart board that uses end grain that I made in high school. Some of the parts are routed- I just alternated which ones to route.

-- Jess





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Scott Bryan

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#1 posted 1753 days ago

Jess, this is a pretty interesting project especially since it was made in shop class. My son took shop in high school and managed to produce a toy car and a bubble gum dispenser. This is definately a much more sophisticated project that those. The joints on this board look pretty good and you added a nice case for it as well.

Nice job.

-- Challenges are what make life interesting; overcoming them is what makes life meaningful- Joshua Marine

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reddinosaur

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#2 posted 1752 days ago

I bet you have tons of stuff at home for your son to learn from. I think a lot of shop classes at school have hindered their own programs which is a shame.

-- Jess

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remy97

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#3 posted 1633 days ago

looks like fun!

-- ---ray suppan--- anger + woodworking = -finger AHHHHHHHH!!!!

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SASmith

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#4 posted 992 days ago

I like what you have done here.
What kind of wood did you use?
Do you use it much, if so has it held up well?
Thanks
Scott

-- Scott Smith, Southern Illinois

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reddinosaur

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#5 posted 992 days ago

Hey Scott,
Thanks for your response! I used pine to make the dart board. It’s mainly used when people come over but after 7 years it is still holding up. If I were to do this again I would make a little holder for darts on the inside of the doors.

-- Jess

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SASmith

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#6 posted 992 days ago

Thanks for the response, Jess.
I may try to make one sometime.

-- Scott Smith, Southern Illinois

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